James Albarn is a freelance filmmaker and writer, podcast host and comedian based in London.
James is the writer/director behind the first and only spaghetti western comedy about Bristolian driving instructors, Melvyn, that won awards in short film festivals around the world. His two documentaries Shelf Life and Me & Mr. Claus were also shown at short film festivals around the world to great acclaim.
As well as performing stand up comedy, he is also the host of interview podcast The Last Line in which he speaks to an interesting figure in the arts and culture every other week.
James also works as a filmmaker for a number of corporate clients and spent the last two years working at award-winning creative agency Brand & Deliver, editing high-profile videos for clients such as AMD, Intel, LG, Three and Lenovo.
James is a graduate of Central Film School London and holds a 1st Class BA (Hons) Degree in Practical Filmmaking. During his time at film school he was commissioned to write a feature film for production company Dealer’s Inn Productions and worked as a reviews and features writer for websites such as The Metropolist and Den of Geek.